Category: Animals Used for Clothing
Burberry has banned exotic skins following campaigns by PETA entities. Will Hermès, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton be next?
How much do you know about the lives—and the deaths—of sheep used for clothing? PETA Australia’s new site sets the record straight.
Will the Ministry of Defence go faux? PETA U.K. called for its high-performing faux–bear fur caps to be quick-marched into service at a meeting with members of Parliament.
PETA’s latest week of action is a multifaceted approach to ending the exotic-skins industry. See how folks are getting involved.
PETA hopes that RBG’s fur coat can teach the next generation that ending speciesism—a human supremacist worldview—is crucial for social justice.
To honor Earth Day 2022, PETA is reflecting on some eye-catching demonstrations we’ve held to fight the climate catastrophe.
After fending off zombies, outsmarting spies, and traveling through space on screen, actor, writer, and comedian Simon Pegg has a powerful new mission with PETA U.K.
PETA and Crayola Release ‘Little Animal Rights Activist’s First Paint-Throwing Kit’ so Kids Can Make Activism a Blast
Ready, aim, fire! PETA and Crayola teamed up to bring you the Little Animal Rights Activist’s First Paint-Throwing Kit. It’s a blast!
The most animal-friendly film awards are back, so dim the lights, grab your popcorn with vegan butter, and enjoy PETA’s 2021 Oscat Awards.
PETA LAMBS is encouraging everyone to fight speciesism by valuing all animals for who they are as individuals, by choosing merciful vegan meals, and by making other lifesaving choices during Lent and beyond.
More than 250 fur coats donated by PETA U.S. and PETA U.K. supporters have made it to Afghanis and Pakistanis in need.
Are you looking for ways to encourage kids to be kind to sheep, cows, snakes, and other animals whose skin is stolen to make clothes and accessories? Check out this free coloring sheet.
The fall of fur in fashion didn’t happen overnight. Read on to find out how PETA changed the fashion industry’s sense of style by storming the runway.
Dolce & Gabbana has listened! The fashion brand has dropped fur and angora after hearing from over 300,000 supporters of PETA entities.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind